4 Jun 2020
 

Bespoke Pip Howeson coat and new trilby hat for Zara Tindall at windy Cheltenham

We saw Zara Tindall at Cheltenham again today, wearing a more casual trilby hat, but a new bespoke coat. She is now racecourse director at Cheltenham, which will explain her even-more regular appearances there.

Zara chose a bespoke coat from Pip Howeson. It features a funnel neck, asymmetric closing with two button detail (one at the neck, one at the waist) and leather trim at the cuffs. You can see darts across the bodice, and skirt, showing how the panels work together to create volume.

The ‘Sheila’ is the same colour, with a similar collar, but very few features are seen in other PH coats; view here.

Zara and Mike Tindall at Cheltenham Festival 2020; Zara wears a bespoke Pip Howeson coat

Zara and Mike Tindall at Cheltenham Festival 2020; Zara wears a bespoke Pip Howeson coat

Her hat was the ‘Edna’ from Justine Bradley Hill millinery. In a classic trilby style, the hat is updated with flowers on the right-hand side; it costs £340 here.

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Justine Bradley Hill Edna trilby

We did see Zara take her coat off briefly, but photos only show us the rounded neck of a crepe-looking dress, plus the bow ties at the cuffs. This is what we found – the Iris & Ink, ‘Karalie belted printed satin-twill shirt dress’, which is currently on sale for £50 here (RRP £115). We’ll add more photos when we can confirm.

IRIS & INK Karalie belted printed satin-twill shirt dress

She chose her LK Bennett ‘Zira’ boots again, which she has donned each day this festival! Get a pair here for £450. Cheaper options to match the look are in the section at the end of the article.

LK Bennett Zira boots

Zara carried a ‘Bruton’ bag from William & Son, costing £1280 here. Featuring a top handle, the flap bag is a trapeze shape, and comes with gold hardware, including the W on the lock. There are feet on the bottom to help protect the bag, and it comes with a removable shoulder strap, while the interior is lined in suede.

The brand was created by a member of the Asprey family (the jeweller and leather workers), and they hold a royal warrant.

Zara carried a William and Son medium Bruton bag to Cheltenham

Zara carried a William and Son medium Bruton bag to Cheltenham

She finished the look off with a pair of diamond studs, and navy suede gloves with buttons at the cuff. The weather has been quite miserable in the UK recently!

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What did you think to Zara’s third outfit at Cheltenham? Our favourite was yesterday’s, the monochrome houndstooth coat with berry toned accessories. Steal her style with these options:

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